What military and political restrictions were placed on Germany and Japan after the war?

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They are not allowed any nuclear weapons
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Do Japan and Germany have a military today or were they stripped of their right to have a military after World War 2 and do we have our troops there?

Both countries have modern military technology and large well funded militaries. Both have been involved in military actions all over the world. Since the end of the Cold War,

What military restrictions did the Treaty of Versailles impose on Germany?

The restrictions were: German army reduced to 100,000 men. No submarines. The Rhineland was to be de-militarised and occupied by the Allies for 15 years. Manufacture, import a

How were the political conditions in Germany and Japan similar after world war 2?

Hmmm...this isn't the most reliable information but the relationship between Germany and Japan simply was a cold-blooded alliance. Germany wanted the Japs to help them defeat

What prompted Germany and Japan to go to war?

Germany went to war in 1939 for many reasons. 1. Hitler was trying to fulfill his view of "Living Space" for Germans. To take a country and move out it's occupants and replace

Do Japan and Germany have a military today or were they stripped of their right?

Yes. They still have a military. Japan has only a "self-defense force," under the 1947 Peace Constitution forced upon them by the United States. Under this constitution, the

Why did the US place trade restrictions on Japan before World War 2?

The U.S. stopped selling oil to Japan in July of 1941, which waspart of the motivation for the Pearl Harbor attack from Japan'sperspective. We were their major oil supplier, a